is an architect based in Paris. He has a teaching position Strasbourg Architecture School and is co-founder of EXYZT architecture collective and founding member of PRA Architects – award winning architecture
and urbanism practice. Taking Yona Friedman’s research and concepts
as a starting point, PRA office is focused on developing mobile architectures, prefab construction systems and alternative urban strategies.


was established in 2006 by Alex Axinte and Cristi Borcan, both as an architectural studio and a Search-and-Rescue team, that acts as an agent
of urban observation and intervention. In the past years, studioBASAR developed several chapters of the Search-and-Rescue: City project, as a strategic search that investigates the dynamics of the contemporary
Bucharest. These chapters aim is to adapt to the local urban conditions by developing negotiation tools, and in the same time by drawing attention on marginal and trivial topics such as banality, improvisation or illegality as active ingredients of the local urban culture. The projects of studioBASAR range from public space interventions, art installations, urban research to competitions and different typologies of residential and public buildings.


is a Bucharest based artist. She has a background in choreography but works undisciplined, across different mediums, from choreography to visual arts and music . Recent works include “An Immaterial Retrospective of the Venice Biennale”- together with Manuel Pelmus, exhibited in the Romanian Pavilion at the 55th edition of the Venice Biennale, public space and museum space projects for the Centre Pompidou, TATE Modern, 12th Swiss Sculpture Exhibition, the Van Abbemuseum, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Leipzig, Bass Museum of Art – Miami, Museum der Moderne – Salzburg, Nationalgalerie - Berlin and Manifesta10, among others. In 2015 her public space performative monument – “Monument to Work” has been acquired by the Public Art Agency for the Swedish state.


is a Romanian artist. He has a background in choreography, but has worked mostly in the visual arts field over the last couple of years. Manuel Pelmus represented Romania (together with Alexandra Pirici) at the -55th- Venice Biennale with the acclaimed project “An Immaterial Retrospective of the Venice Biennale”. His recent works have been presented at the Van Abbemuseum, TATE Modern, the Kiev Biennale 2015, Centre Pompidou, MOMA - Warsaw, ParaSite - Hong Kong, Casino Luxembourg, Hebbel am Ufer - Berlin, De Singel - Antwerp, Museum M -Leuven, FIAC - Paris, Museum der Moderne - Salzburg, The National Museum of Art Bucharest, Ludwig Museum - Cologne, Judson Church - New York, Kunstverein Stuttgart, Bass Museum of Art - Miami, among others.

Manuel Pelmus was awarded Berlin Art Prize for Performing Arts in 2012 and the Excellence Award of the National Dance Center in Bucharest in 2014


have been working collaboratively since 2011. They are co-founders of the Center for Visual Introspection in Bucharest where they generated a series of workshops, public art projects and publications between 2008-2012: Ars Telefonica (2008), Materie și Istorie. Monumentul Public și Distopiile lui (2007-2011), Instituția Imaginară (2012). Their works have been exhibited in: Marres House for Contemporary Culture, Maastricht (2016); MAK Centre for Art and Architecture Los Angeles (2016); ZKM Karlsruhe (2016); The Jewish Museum (2016); The School of Kyiv - The Biennale (2015); Off Biennale Budapest (2015); Kunsthalle Wien (2014); Istanbul Biennial (2013); Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2012), Camden Arts Centre, Londra (2011).


is an architect interested in design as inquiry. His work investigates the relationship of contemporary culture, accessible technology and the human environment, and the innovative roles architecture can play in these and other social issues. He is a licensed architect in Hungary, an active member of professional organizations, and is regularly invited as lecturer and consultant. He has been participant, tutor and director of numerous workshops, research projects and public programs. Between 2003 and 2006 he worked as editor of the magazine (architect's forum). He was coordinator of the Hungarian pavilion for the 10th Venice Architecture Biennale in 2006. Between 2008 and 2010 he lived and worked in New York as a Fulbright Fellow.